ST George Terroir Gin 70cl Produced on the slopes of Mount Tam in California. This forest-driven and earthy gin has a real sense of place, using local botanicals such as Douglas Fir, California bay laurel and coastal sage. http://www.MightGet.com/january-2017-12/st-george-terroir-gin-70cl.asp
Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée : L’Alsace : Jeff Leatham Book : Le Bristol Bûche
Chimichurri Hanger Steak
NYT Cooking: To be tempted by Argentina is to dream of steak on a grill, and it’s no accident that the meat echoes the density of the malbecs from Mendoza. Terroir, or sense of place, helps define character and flavor. Good beef delivers a tight package of sweetness, earthiness and minerality, just like the best of these wines. And what would beef in Argentina be without a slat...
Saint Lawrence Spirits Penet Square Terroir Gin *Terroir is a profoundly aromatic gin with a real sense of place! Penet Square is a 100 square miles in upstate, NY where botanicals including Juniper grow wild! Made in Clayton, NY
Roughly translating to mean "a sense of place" in French, Terroir is a bespoke bi-annual magazine that seeks to collaborate with and showcase Singaporean perspectives on travel and what various places meant to them.
Terroir - A sense of place. Northern California with its golden rolling hills and endless sun soaked days is a gardeners dream come true...
Napa Valley Terroir... What is ‘terroir’? Does it exist? And if so, does it matter? Often ill defined and poorly understood, ‘terroir’ generally translates as soil or earth. In a wine it is usually taken to mean that the wine somehow expresses a sense of place. While there are many skeptics on the subject I put my hand up as a believer. And not just in the old world, but everywhere. So, let us look at the Napa Valley in California, and one of its signature grapes - Cabernet Sauvignon.
Spending time with friends doesn't always have to be over boozes just because it is Saturday night. Afterall what's important is the quality of the gathering session over warm liquid. Dilmah does understand too the importance of "quality" as their signe origin tea -unblended tea- possesses unique taste of its own terroir that represents sense of place. ___ #sipandgulp